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Agana: Patrick Anthony Olozinka (Tony)

1992-1992 (Player Details)

Winger

Born: Bromley, London: 02-10-1963

Debut: v Luton Town (a) (substitute): 29-02-1992

511 12st 2lb (1992)

Agana started with non-League clubs Welling United and then Weymouth, who bought him for 4,500 in March 1984, in a deal for 5,000, which also included Andy Townsend, who had a long and successful career as an Irish International and EPL player of the highest order. He played one hundred and thirty-seven League games for Weymouth, scoring thirty-five goals and in all games he scored forty-eight goals in one hundred and seventy-nine starts and one game as a substitute. It was there that he won an England semi-professional cap before joining Watford in August 1987 for 22,000. He stayed only four months scoring once in fifteen games, including three as a substitute, before Sheffield United took him to Bramall Lane as part of an exchange deal involving Martin Kuhl. He scored the only goal of the game on his debut on 20th February 1988 in a home win over Barnsley, and went on to form a powerful attacking partnership with Brian Deane which took the Blades to the Second Division Championship. He scored forty-two goals in one hundred and eighteen League games, fourteen of which were as substitute, while at Bramall Lane before Notts County shattered their transfer record to buy him for 685,000 in November 1991. Howard Wilkinson brought him to Elland Road as cover for their fragile forward line, which had suffered the loss of Lee Chapman with a broken hand, during the push for the First Division Championship. He came on as substitute for Rod Wallace at Luton Town and started against Aston Villa. He returned to Notts County as they suffered relegation. Agana scored fifteen goals in one hundred and forty-five League games, thirty-one of which were made from the bench, at Meadow Lane before he left for Hereford United, on a free transfer, in March 1997. He retired from the Football League after the Bulls lost their League status that close season, scoring seven goals in twenty-two League games, two as a substitute. He later played for Non-League clubs, Cliftonville in the Irish League and Leek Town, who he joined in October 1998 and where he scored twice in twenty-three games. He also had a six games spell as Caretaker Manager in 1999. His next club was Guiseley, where he was Player-Manager from 1999-2001. He was with Alfreton Town in 2001-2002. After retiring from football he studied computer visualisation at Sheffield Hallam University and graduated in 2004. He worked for the University of Manchester as a distance learning technology officer and as 26th January 2011 was the Sales and Marketing Manager for Gextech, who are sports games software developers. He also was part of Sheffield United's matchday hospitality team.

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